About us

WeaveinIndia began in 2017 as a modest effort to revive the country's centuries-old handloom industry. Instead, a global shift towards conscious and sustainable clothing choices led to a revolution in fashion.

WeaveinIndia is now considered a hallmark of excellent handwoven premium Indian garments. The brand currently associates with labels of like minds in celebrating traditional Indian craft and offering to you distinguished heirloom in contemporary, elegant style, all while being motivated by a holistic mission of uplifting artisan communities.
WeaveinIndia creator and designer Mandira Bansal embraces the path that has already been completed while forging ahead. The designer has been in the business for more than 15 years and holds degrees from the London School of Fashion and the National Institute of Fashion Technology in Chennai. WeaveinIndia is unquestionably one of her most beloved projects to date.
It's a long road ahead for her and WeaveinIndia with their individuality and innovation.

Founder's Message

 The craft for me is as close to my heart as the livelihood of the people behind it. With a Bachelor's in fashion design from NIFT and a Fashion management degree from London School of Fashion, I had my fair measure of being consumed by international vogue. It was in the middle of 2016 that I'd discovered the craft of handloom and realised that India had its own stories to tell the world. And that's when WeaveinIndia began to take shape in my mind. I did extensive research on the craft and morale behind it. I found it inspiring and enkindling; six months later, WeaveinIndia was born. It's been two years now, and has already proved to be a learning curve even as a designer of 15 years of experience in the industry. Our efforts to bring handloom into the wardrobe of the everyday man and woman has been met with their fascination for the craft. It's safe to say that as a connoisseur of handloom, WeaveinIndia is at a gratifying point where the craft has admirers from the young and old alike."

Mandira Bansal